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Even if we develop all the renewable energy we need, Earth will still warm more than it has in the history of mankind. Sam Eaton and Sarah Gardner look at how governments and businesses are planning to adapt to radical changes in our environment.
The Supreme Court is set to hear a case on Monday which could eliminate longstanding investor protections in the mutual fund industry. Steve Henn explores why federal courts may seem friendly to business interests.
Amazon, Walmart and Target have been trying to out-price each other online with the latest book hits, allowing customers to get a $25 book for $9. Some independent bookstores are taking advantage of the deals. Jeremy Hobson reports.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is going to start allowing Web sites to register domains in languages that don't use the English alphabet. Mitchell Hartman translates what those changes will mean for business.
The White House said today its $787 billion stimulus program has created or saved about 650,000 jobs so far. How did it get to those numbers? Nancy Marshall Genzer checks the administration's math.
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